Sep 25, 2012 9:00am EDT
. you may be familiar with the july 21st "the wall street journal" editorial washington's tax oracles, that editorial calls in to account jct complete revenue miss with respect to the 2003 capital gains tax cut. bottom line instead of the cost the government revenue the capital gains cut generated tax revenue significantly higher revenue, i think, as we seek to do reform it's critically important we can rely on the revenue estimates from jct. given your experience with the last major reform effort, as jct's chief, you know doubt can appreciate the importance of getting revenue estimates right, mr. brockway. don't you believe there is indeed a need for city nam -- dynamic impact when it comes to lower capital gains. don't you believe it can have a positive macroeconomic input -- what are your thoughts, please? >>. >> is your microphone on? >> i have no doubt that changes in the tax code can have some economic effects. i think it's a political issue, not a scientific issue as to what that economic effect will be. i don't think the staff should be delegated the responsibility to decide.
Oct 2, 2012 8:00pm EDT
? videos of the question whether you would hold oracle along? congressman inslee said he's not going to request taxes to be increased. that's true. it is natural request. the legislature will pass tax increases if they get a chance to do so and was suspended due to church requirement to connect the two and from them to a desk, just like all of the other governors. so much the rhetoric and careful use of language. he's not going going to request it. >> moderator: all right. mr. ripley, 30 seconds. >> inslee: if you're interested in what is going on, go to property swap tax.com and see the record for my opponent in fact is proposing a tax increase today. i had just said i am not going to try this to tears because i think it will be necessary. i've got a plan to get people back to work to save money and health care, to embrace lean management systems that use those savings in fact to fund education. >> moderator: thank you your next question. spin that while we talk money, let's talk money for education. the reason that clearly ruling found that the state is not living up to its paramou